Joel Rees wrote: >> There is also an IDE drive there, maybe putting GRUB in it's MBS will >> work and set it up to boot from SCSI partition. > > Yeah, even if you end up installing a (very small) system on the IDE > drive, just for the convenience of using FC's installer to install grub. > You can then install the whole system on the SCSI drive and have grub on > the IDE point to the SCSI. > > If you end up with /boot on the IDE as well, as someone mentioned you > might, I wouldn't sweat it, I'd just remember to back /boot up from the > IDE to the SCSI disks after any kernel update.. > You should not need to do that. If /boot is on its own partition, then even it does not matter if the /boot partition is on the IDE or the SCSI drive after the system boots. It is only during the boot process that /boot must be on a drive that the BIOS can read. Linux handles /boot being on a different drive then / with no problems. So a kernel install/upgrade would write the new kernel to the IDE drive, and that is where it will be accessed from on the running system. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!